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Blessed Easter On Sunday

HAPPY EASTER to all.... 
Started off early morning to a hearty breakfast in Tim Coffeeshop in Ipoh Garden East with my two friends.  
These are the food we ordered for our breakfast.... 
Hakka noodles and various fish balls for me.... 
One big bowl of Fish Porridge....
And this is Ramen Smoked Duck which was "drowned" in the soup...
Okay, my friend "rescued" them.... 
And these were our first round of breakfast....
And 6 Gaozi to be shared...

After breakfast he drove around the vicinity to check out other places...
Never knowing this shop caught our eye..... 
HaiNan Zai....
Hainanese food?
Feeling curious, we went in.... 
New shop... just opened in December last year....
Surprised that they serve many types of food....
Still full from our breakfast, we just ordered sticky rice with kaya...
Very nicely presented.... 
Glutinous rice still warm and the kaya was tasty too....RM3.90
Couldn't resist ordering Toasted Bread to go with the coffee.... RM4.50
"Bitterish" coffee... I tried few sips.... 
And my friend ordered Milo mixed Coffee.... RM6.90
Came with one hot mug and a glass of ice cubes.... 
Total RM18.40
By the time we left, all the tables were fully occupied.... 
We must come back and try the main meals one day!

Comments

  1. A Blessed Easter to you and all loved ones! I love all you ordered for your breakfast. Now I'm hungry!

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  2. The food all looks so good. Here, lots of places are closed due to Easter.

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  3. Blessed Easter to you too. Would love to try the fish congee with you tiao. :D

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  4. Blessed Easter to you! Food looks so good!

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  5. The porridge with You Tiaw looks good!

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